f ^ rnCHRONICLES’ BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrn1998 in ReviewrnHEALING THE SCHISM—December 1998—Father Hugh Barbour lays the groundrnfor an anti-ecumenical ecumenism, Harold O.J. Brown presents the Protestant view ofrnchurch unity, and Wayne Allensworth explains what’s wrong with Western evangelism inrnRussia. Plus Thomas Fleming on ecumenism, universalism, and empire and SamuelrnFrancis on paleo-Malthusianism.rnT98& $7.00rnREACTIONARY RADICALS—November 1998—Thomas Fleming takes his standrnwith Jefferson, John Lukacs remembers his friend Dwight Macdonald, Bill Kauft’man examinesrnDorothy Day’s “Way of Love,” and Justin Raimondo recalls William Borah andrnthe Progressives. Plus Derek Turner on Enoch Powell and Edward E. Ericson, Jr., on thernpeople’s right not to know.rnT98- $7.00rnPUBLIC ENEMIES—October 1998—Samuel Francis compares the Mob and thernmanagerial state, J.O. Tate exposes the American way of crime, Jerry Seper argues that thernMob is down but not out, Wayne Allensworth tracks the Russian Mafia in America, andrnThomas Reming wonders whether the modem state is a criininal profession. Plus JanetrnScott Barlow takes a trip to Hillaryland.rnT980 $7.00rnREBUILDING OUR SCHOOLS—September 1998—Thomas Heming argues that itrntakes a village to educate a child, Joyce B. Haws documents the judicial takeover of publicrnschools. Rep. Greg Kaza examines the Michigan model of school-funding, and LisarnGraham Keegan and Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., square off over vouchers. Plus DouglasrnWilson on why evangelical colleges aren’t.rnT989 $7.00rnLIFE: THE SACRED AND PROFANE—August 1998—Thomas Heming on thernmeasure of life’s worth, Harold O.J. Brown on the (misplaced) civility of pro-lifers. BillrnMurchison on the dark, dark wood of suicide, Ernest van den Haag on the right to die, andrnScott P, Richert on vegetarianism and death. Plus Chilton Williamson, Jn, on the suicidernof the West.rnT988 $7.00rnSOVEREIGNTY FOR SALE? THE FREE TRADE DEBATE—July 1998—rnThomas Fleming on trade and treason, Patrick J. Buchanan sketches a course of acUon,rnJohn O’Sullivan explains the limits of Buchananism, and Alfred E. Eckes draws somernlessons from the Asian meltdown. Plus William R. Hawkins and Justin Raimondo debaternPat Buchanan’s The Great Betrayal.rnT987 $7.00rnU.S. GLOBAL HEGEMONY: FAST TRACK TO NOWHERE^June 1998—DougrnBandow on the search for foes in the post-Cold War era, James George Jalras on therndemise of national interests, Justin Raimondo on the Clinton administration’s attempt torn”wag the dog,” and Denis Petrov on the real powerbrokers in Russia. Plus the lessons thatrnRobert Taft could teach us today.rnT986 $7.00rnWHO KILLED THE BOOK?—May 1998—Tony Outhwaite exposes the book industryrnas a hothouse of goofiness, George Garrett and Clay Reynolds lament the decline ofrncommercial publishing, Gregory McNamee highlights the state of the university press,rnand Gene Edward Veith sees Christian publishers in the thrall of Mammon. Plus thiee poemsrnby Wendell Berry.rnT985 $7.00rnEUROPEAN AMERICA: LAND OF THE FREE, HOME OF THE FRENCH—rnApril 1998—Thomas Fleming on the heart’s geography, Jean Raspail on defending civilization,rnKenneth McDonald on how culture and federalism can co-exist, Scott P. Richertrnon the European roots of American life, and Samuel Francis on the other face of multicultumlism.rnPlus Ben C. Toledano on Creole culture.rnT984 $7.00rnFASCISM/ANTI-FASCISM—March 1998—Thomas Fleming on the triumph of nationalrnsocialism, Paul Gottfried on the politics of labels, Derek Turner on Jean-Marie 1^rnPen and the National Front, Tomislav Sunic on victimology as scholarship, and Peter Ericksonrnon Ayn Rand and the welfare/warfare state. Plus Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., onrnthe criminal state.rnT983 $7.00rnCAN THIS UNION BE SAVED?—February 1998—Thomas Fleming on fighting thernfederal beast, Donald Livingston on secession and states’ rights, William J. Quirk andrnRobert M. Wilcox on judicial tyranny and constitutional change, and John R. Stoeffier onrnjudicial taxation. Plus Joseph E. Fallon on the censored history of Worid War II internmentrnand Scott P. Richert on the fall of the right.rnT982 $7.00rnPRIVATE JUSTICE—January 1998—Thomas Fleming on the return of revenge,rnMichael Hill on justice in the Celtic world, Barry Baldwin on Albanian blood-feuds, JeremyrnBlack on government’s monopoly on violence, and David Kopel on why owning arngun makes everyone safer. Plus Stephen Halbrook on Switzeriand’s armed neutrality andrnFrank Schier on how to fight City Hall—and win.rnT981 $7.00rnPRODUCT ORDER FORMrnNamernAddressrnCity/State/Zip_rnDrnnrnCheck or money order enclosedrnPlease bill my: | | MasterCard | | ‘VisarnCard #rnExpiration Date_rnSignaturernPlease mail form (with payment) to:rnChronicles/ProductsrnP.O. Box 800rnMount Morris, IL 61054rnOR, TO ORDER TOLL-FREE, CALL 1 – 8 0 0 – 3 9 7 – 8 1 6 0rnProduct Code Quantity Unit PricernSubtotalrn20% Discount (on orders over $50)rnTotal PricernShipping & Handling i N c i, u D K DrnTax-Deductible Donation to The Rockford InstituternTotalrnOtter expires 12/31/99rnrnrn